Level 3 Installation & Maintenance Electrician
This occupation is found in the industrial, commercial, and residential construction, engineering, and power industries The broad purpose of the occupation is to install, maintain and repair electrical systems in industrial, commercial and residential environments including communal areas.
Electricians may work on the installation, initial verification and testing, commissioning, and maintenance of low voltage (up to and including 1000 V or AC 1500 V DC) electrical and electronic equipment. Electricians can also work on the maintenance of electrical and electronic installations including automated production systems.
The broad purpose of the occupation is to install, maintain and repair electrical systems in industrial, commercial and residential environments including communal areas.
Electricians may work in both indoor and outdoor settings on a range of electrical equipment and systems. They can work on their own proficiently and work without immediate supervision in the most efficient and economical manner.
What is involved in the Level 3 Installation & Maintenance Electrician Standard
All apprentices taking part in the level 3 Intsllation & Maintenance Electrician Standard will spend 6 weeks at the Swarm REAGIT centre in Norwich. During these 30 days of intensive training, the apprentice will develop basic skills in:
Health and Safety and workshop/site behaviours,
Hand tools and traditional engineering technques,
First fix installations,
Measuring and testing of circuits,
Working with and understanding technical documentation.
The apprentice will then attend site 1 day per week for up to 100 weeks to complete the technical element of the apprenticeship to prepare them for their End Point Assessment (EPA) and their AM2 final test.
Our tutors will attend site every 8-10 weeks for onsite observations, support and prepartion of the portfolio for the End Point Assesnt (EPA)
For full information on this standard, please refer to the IfATE website HERE
Status: Approved for delivery
Typical duration to gateway: 48 months
Typical EPA period: 6 months
Maximum funding: £20000
Route: Construction and the built environment
Date updated: 04/09/2023
Approved for delivery: 10 September 2015
Lars code: 5
EQA provider: National Electrotechnical Training (NET)